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Jan 16, 2013 8:00am PST
the gun owner and recognize that the overwhelming majority are decent law-abiding people. dan glickman now joins us from washington. i should mention you fought for the assault weapons ban in congress and suffered dearly in your opinion for it back in '94. you lost your seat. you feel that was the reason why. characterize for me what it was like going door to door in your campaign after having supported that kind of gun control? >> clearly that '94 campaign, i thought i was in good shape. i worked on legislation that protected thousands of jobs in the aviation industry, which saved thousands of jobs in my town, after going door to door, i could see from talking to folks on the street, in many cases their guns, gun ownership and pride of ownership was more important to them than jobs were. that's why this is so difficult. the intensity to gun opposition puts these people almost to one issue voting. most of these people have in issues they're interested in. for a congressman out there who comes from a tough district, if they're hearing this from the standpoint of those who will say they will
Jan 10, 2013 11:00am PST
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